Connecticut River Paddlers Trail

Cover The Connecticut River Paddlers’ Trail is a series of primitive campsites and river access points spanning 400 miles from the river’s headwaters to the Long Island Sound.  No single entity manages the trail. Instead, a group of partner organizations collaborate with development and stewardship. Since 2009, the Vermont River Conservancy has taken a leadership role in facilitating this collaborative effort.

Purchase the official Map and Guide (VT and NH), and visit the Connecticut River Paddlers’ Trail website to learn more!

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Privy installed at the North Branch Cascades Trail

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New Public Access to the New Haven River

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VRC welcomes a Swimming Hole Steward for the summer!

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VRC welcomes Conservation Stewardship intern

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Swimming Hole Guidelines for Pandemic

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